ULI BC: WLI Certificate Series - Government Engagement & Regulatory Approvals


2020-07-23T14:00:00 - 2020-07-23T17:00:00

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    Standard Pricing Until July 22 Members Non-Members
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit CA$60.00 N/A
    Private CA$60.00 CA$85.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit N/A CA$85.00
    Retired CA$60.00 N/A
    Student CA$60.00 CA$85.00
    Under Age 35 CA$60.00 CA$85.00
    Online registration closes July 22nd. Phone/email/fax registration closes July 21st.
    All prices are subject to GST. 
    The Women's Leadership Initiative (WLI) British Columbia is part of a global ULI network supporting and promoting the advancement of women in all disciplines of the real estate industry. WLI BC is proud to offer the Certificate Series of events which provides a unique skill-building series of workshops to forward our mandate in BC. This year, there will be three workshops focussed on Project Management offered as part of a WLI certificate program throughout 2020.

    Join WLI BC and Tegan Smith on Thursday, July 23rd for the first in this three-part series of Project Management workshops.
    Real estate investors, government, First Nations and non-profit organizations are overwhelmed by how difficult it can be to navigate land use regulations. During this workshop, Tegan will guide you through the difficult process of project approvals. Join us to learn more about what resources are available to you, how to navigate your project through the approval process efficiently and how this can reduce costs and improve timelines.
    2:00pm - 2:10pm: Welcome & Introductions
    2:10pm - 3:30pm: Workshop
    3:30pm - 3:45pm: Break
    3:45pm - 4:45pm: Hands-on learning & presentations
    4:45pm - 5:00pm: Closing Remarks / Conclusion 
    *All WLI BC events are gender inclusive. 



    Tegan Smith

    Channel Project Approvals

    Principal, Channel Project Approvals Tegan Smith is a great listener and questioner, who loves connecting people. She helps project leaders in government, real estate, non-profit and First Nations organizations navigate land use regulations. In recent times, there has been huge changes in who is elected and the staff teams within government. This makes it difficult for those working on complex projects to figure out the bests channel through the approvals process. Tegan brings an authentic and engaging style to help project teams have direct discussions, be adaptive, and estimate approvals risks, costs and timelines for projects. Tegan has over 20 years experience as a planning and development professional. She has extensive experience leading development and major infrastructure permitting approvals as well as land use and transportation plans. Her depth of experience spans private and public sectors, including: Hungerford Properties, Port of Vancouver, TransLink, and she has worked with most Lower Mainland municipalities. Tegan is a member of the Canadian Institute of Planners and holds a master’s degree in City Planning. She is an active member of the Vancouver development community and member of Lambda Alpha International. Tegan's passion is in working with people at bettering communities. She is currently bringing leadership to impact initiatives in support of BC Children's Hospital, Christ Church Cathedral, Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, and the Aboriginal Mother Centre. She broadens her perspective through travel and reading.